Tag Archives | emotions

The Picture Ages But You Stay Forever Young.

It’s amazing what we’re willing to trade for a little bit of lost youth.  This article discusses the psychological cost of using Botox. In a nutshell, because Botox freezes the facial muscles, it makes it impossible for others to perceive your micro expressions.  As a result, people have a difficult time forming emotional connections with […]

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A Little Romance

Considering how many college campuses I appear at, it’s hardly surprising that one of the questions I get asked most frequently is “How can I tell if he or she is interested in me?” Somepeople do seem to have an innate gift for reading the non-verbal cues that signal romantic interest. Alas, most of the rest of […]

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I Get Questioned By The Police

It’s not what you’re thinking. After last night’s show a man approached  me with a question I actually get pretty often.  He wanted to know if I trained law enforcement professionals how to read and interpret body language.    The event I was entertaining for was an annual meeting of an association of telecommunications cooperatives, so the […]

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